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\"The following is a framework that seeks to draw out what “prosecutor organizing” looks like with an abolitionist lens. The first section outlines principles to hold us accountable to each other, so that there is shared agreement about what abolition means in organizing around prosecutors. The second section is a resource for organizers looking to put these principles into practice in their local prosecutor organizing campaigns.\"Year: 2020•State: All States•Type: Policy Brief or Report•Source: Community Justice Exchange, Court Watch MA, Families for Justice as Healing, Project NIA, and Survived and Punished NY•Policy: Civil Rights, Public Safety
Michigan need to improve healthcare, education, public health, immigration regulation, families, childcare, worker skills, employment, and wages. The report explains the problems and gives recommendation to each of them.Year: 2019•State: Michigan•Type: Policy Brief or Report•Source: Michigan League For Public Policy•Policy: Employment, Health, Family, Public Safety, Education, Immigration, Childcare, , Food
Community correction have gained acceptance and increasingly being used and in doing so we\'re finding out that it is cheaper, more effective and less time-consuming. The report help expains why community corrections is worth a try and how to implement it.Year: 2002•State: Ohio•Type: Policy Brief or Report•Source: The University of Akron Department of Political Science•Policy: Public Finance and Investment, Good Government, Public Safety